What is the End of Semester Information form and why do I have to fill it out?
The End of Semester Form gathers information about students’ plans to depart from or remain in Providence between semesters. This information is needed in order to pause or maintain students’ COVID-19 testing between the end of fall and beginning of spring semester.
Where do I find the End of Semester Information form?
The form is located in MyBrown.
When is the form due?
Information about students’ end of fall semester plans (i.e., departure or last date of engagement in fall and need for Winter Break housing and/or meal plan) is due Friday, Nov. 13, in MyBrown. Information about students’ return for spring semester is due Sunday, Dec. 13, in MyBrown.
If I am an undergraduate living on campus, do I have to move out of my residential assignment when I depart?
If you are departing campus before you receive confirmation of your spring residential assignment from the Office of Residential Life, you should fully vacate your room and return your key when you depart.
What do the different contact levels for graduate and medical students mean?
- High Contact Status: Graduate and medical students who will be on campus three or more days per week and/or have regular contact with students, faculty and staff will be tested twice per week.
- Medium Contact Status: Graduate and medical students who are on campus two days or less per week, have less regular contact with others, and are teaching remotely will be tested once per week (although they may opt-in to be tested twice a week if they prefer).
- Low Contact Status: Graduate and medical students who are on campus less than half a day per week and have minimal contact with others may request low contact status which does not require participating in testing (although they may opt-in to be tested once or twice a week if they prefer). Students in this category should be included in their department's RTC campus plan.
- Remote Status: Graduate students who have chosen the remote study option may not be on-campus and therefore will not be tested.